Silver Falls – 3 Down Stars came to Nintendo 3DS as one of the last games on the console. As well, Sungrand Studios, its developer, has shared an interesting video detailing his extremely hard experience of bringing the game to the laptop.
We leave it to you below:
These are the most relevant data that are reported in it:
- Creator Jerrel Dulay shared a video about the whole process of getting Silver Falls: 3 Down Stars on 3DS, and it seems like he had a tough battle the entire time.
- Dulay claims that his interactions with Nintendo lead him to believe that they simply no longer have an interest in supporting 3DS.
- He ran into issues with the development kit for the platform, which was simply not up to date and did not provide the promised features.
- Also, Dulay says that the version of the game that was shipped to Nintendo is not the one currently on the 3DS eShop.
- The available version has a number of bugs that were fixed about a month ago, and you’re not sure how some of the issues were introduced.
- The latest version of the game should be version 1.2, but that version seems to be in limbo, at least when it comes to the North American eStore.
To get an idea of how the game should run, you can check out the Version 1.2 gameplay screenshots below:
Finally, we remind you of the official description of the game:
Silver Falls is a quiet town high in the mountains. If you need a weekend out of town, head up to Silver Falls! Enjoy the annual Moose Steak Festival, walk through miles of dense mountain forest. Camp with locals and other visitors at a bonfire and observe the mysterious night lights that have recently been sighted in the mountains of the city.
Strange lights have appeared in the night sky over Silver Falls. When three mysterious objects fall from the sky, this lonely and sleepy town freezes in time. Strange radiation has turned the local fauna into bloodthirsty. Only 3 people in Silver Falls have survived locked up so far. Holt, a songwriter who mourns his grandfather and goes on a fishing getaway, Analise, an organizer of the annual Moose Steak Festival, and Moss, the local sheriff who investigates reports of strange lights in the sky, must work together. to find out what exactly is happening in your city. Why are they being attacked by wildlife? Why is everyone else in town frozen in time? Using their wits and resources gathered around Silver Falls, these three survivors must uncover the mystery and bring the city back to normal.
The game aims to provoke strong emotions in the players, reminiscent of the survival horror classics of the 90s and early 2000s. Limited ammo and healing items make resource management an exciting challenge. Every fight with enemies can be a fatal encounter. Explore and search every corner of Silver Falls to discover a variety of weapons. Depending on the player’s actions during the game’s story, the story will have very different results. Trapped in time, several people risk losing their lives. By finding these people in danger and somehow avoiding their deaths, players can advance through the story and unravel the mystery of the three crashed objects.
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When player-controlled characters are defeated by enemies within the game, the player returns to the beginning of the story. However, the main objectives that have been achieved will not be reset and the items that the player owns will remain. The player can use this mechanic to modify the ending of the story. In the context of the game’s story, the characters are aware of this phenomenon, relying on this mechanic to progress through the story. This ’cause and effect’ mechanism is directly related to solving problems and puzzles in the game.
Frontier Fighters game mode
Silver Falls offers a suspenseful, tense-paced story mode for players looking for a classic survival horror challenge. But when players want to get their muscles a little exercise, Frontier Fighters’ gameplay features tiered RPG action, skill customization, and weapon upgrades. This game mode allows the player to play short missions of varying difficulty. These action-focused missions allow players to enjoy short bursts of action. With a variety of playable characters to unlock, each with unique strengths and abilities, players will have hours of thrilling action ahead of them battling waves of enemies, unlocking more missions, finding unique and legendary weapons, and upgrading characters in Frontier Fighters.
Silver Falls – 3 Down Stars has a demo on the Nintendo 3DS eShop and is available at a price of 24,99$.
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